Over the course of fifty years, the eminent New York art dealer and collector Allan Stone amassed an art collection unrivaled in diversity and depth. A self-proclaimed “art junkie,” Stone...
From October 26–28, 2018, aficionados of African, Asian, Oceanic, and Native American art will
converge on Amsterdam’s beautiful De Duif church, the venue for the city’s tribal art...
BRUSSELS—Lempertz auction house has announced
that it will hold a sale on October 24,
2018, of nearly 200 lots of African and Oceanic
material from a single collection. The sale is titled
A few days after the sale of the Pryce Collection,
the arts of Africa, Oceania, and North America
will once again be featured at Sotheby’s on October
29, 30, and 31. These will be the dates of...
In celebration of its 250 years of existence, the Royal Academy of Arts is presenting a major and ambitious exhibition of Oceanic art, a first for the United Kingdom, which will include material from...
"Why sculpt like that and not some other way... Even so, they weren’t Cubists! Because Cubism didn’t exist.” said Pablo Picasso standing in front of African sculptures at the...
The Musée du Cinquantenaire has ambitious plans for September, when it will open an exhibition
devoted to a relatively little-considered yet fundamental form of Pre-Columbian art: the textile....
Madagascar’s history did not begin
in 1500, the year the Portuguese fi rst arrived there.
The island’s name had been on world maps since
1459 and several centuries before that Arab and...
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